Down the Rabbit Hole

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It was certainly easy to go down the card making rabbit hole with the new “Time for Tea” set. I started with the caterpillar and knew I wanted to make a trippy background that gave the smokey feel of that scene. I created a background with alcohol inks then stamped the mushrooms over it. The caterpillar was colored with copics and set atop a rainbow shimmer butterfly die. The sentiment was heat embossed with white glitter embossing powder.

Since I adored the mushroom paper from the new Time for Tea paper pack, I also created this tag. The background was made with distress sprays. The caterpillar was colored with PrismaColor colored pencils. The sentiment was stamped with Salty Ocean Distress Oxide ink.


Next I created the Rabbit card using more paper from the Time for Tea paper pack for the background. The swirl circle was made with the Swirly Bits stencil. This is one of my favorite Kindred stencils. I used the card builder die for the background paper and circles. The rabbit, cookie and bottle were all colored with copics. The sentiment was stamped with Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide ink.
Lastly, I made a card using the new Deck of Cards stencil. To create the background, I used the stencil with Deco Foil Transfer Gel Duo and red foil. I colored the characters with copics and created a gatefold to open into the sentiment which is atop more paper from the new coordinating paper pack. The sentiment is from the coordinating stamp set “Curioser and Curioser.”

If you liked what you saw here, head on over to Kindred and grab some of these products that are sure to take you down a crafting rabbit hole! They won’t last long.

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